Solar-Powered School Bags Changing Cote d’Ivoire’s Education

[This is Africa] “No child should study in the dark”: Evariste Akoumian, a 37-year-old Ivorian, invented the “Solarpak”, a schoolbag with a solar panel and a lamp, to improve the education of young schoolchildren from rural, non-electrified areas. Using the lamp, children can now comfortably study after dark.

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Solar-Powered School Bags Changing Cote d’Ivoire’s Education

[This is Africa] “No child should study in the dark”: Evariste Akoumian, a 37-year-old Ivorian, invented the “Solarpak”, a schoolbag with a solar panel and a lamp, to improve the education of young schoolchildren from rural, non-electrified areas. Using the lamp, children can now comfortably study after dark.

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